Volunteer with the Prince William Area Agency on AginG
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Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of programs and locations. To apply for a volunteer position fill- out the Volunteer Application
, and Confidentiality Statement
. Meals on Wheels drivers must also complete a DMV Check Form
and attach copies of their driver’s license and insurance card to their application.
Any community service ordered by the Court system should contact Volunteer Prince William (VPW) at (703) 369-5292 ext. 201.
Volunteers are needed to assist staff in implementing programs and activities including word games, group walks and crafts for participants. The Adult Day Care provides a therapeutic environment for adults who can no longer remain home alone during the day. The program is located in the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building at 15941 Donald Curtis Drive in Woodbridge.
Internships are available to assist individuals in fulfilling collegiate scholastic requirements.
Call 703-792-4583 for more information about student internships.
Volunteer drivers are always needed to deliver noontime meals to eligible older adults Monday to Friday.
Commitment can vary upon the volunteer’s schedule from as few as one delivery every other week up to several deliveries each week.
Home Delivered Meals Volunteer warming Station Coordinator
The Prince William Area Agency on Aging is looking for Home Delivered Meals Volunteer Warming Station Coordinator. The volunteer will pick-up prepared meals at the Manassas Senior Center, deliver to the Gainesville/Haymarket Library warming station and wait for volunteers to pick-up meals for delivery. This position requires one to three hours per day; once a week (or more if able) obligation, Monday through Friday only – no weekends, holidays or during periods of inclement weather. You must be organized, reliable, and have the ability to work independently. Must be 18 years of age or older and have own car. Must pass DMV Driving Record check.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
Help residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities by becoming a Volunteer Long-Term Care Ombudsman. Key responsibilities include advocating for changes to improve residents’ quality of life and care, providing information to residents and their families about long-term care services and their rights, and identifying, investigating and helping to resolve complaints made by or on behalf of residents.
**Volunteers Needed immediately**
The Manassas Senior Center is in need of a Receptionist at the Front Desk from 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM on Tuesdays and Noon - 2:00 PM on Wednesdays. Specific Duties: Meet and greet members; Offer tours of facility; Provide requested information; Support the programs and services as needed. For example, registration for special events.
The Prince William Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program needs volunteers who can commit a minimum of four hours a week for one year. Volunteers set their own schedules with most visits usually occurring between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on weekdays. Volunteers receive training and continuing support.
Medicare Counseling Program (Virginia Insurance Counseling & Assistance Program)
The Prince William Medicare Counseling Program needs volunteers with basic computer skills and a desire to help Prince William residents. Minimal commitment time is 4 hours a week with a minimum 6-month commitment. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, and must satisfactorily complete certification training. Volunteers are subject to the Virginia State Police background check. Volunteers cannot be a licensed insurance agent or consultant.
Volunteers will help provide Medicare counseling to residents of Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and the City of Manassas Park, their family members, and caretakers. Requirements include assisting individuals understand and resolve issues with Medicare, Medigap, Medicare managed care plans, and long-term care insurance. Volunteers primarily work in the office. Training and continuing support is provided.
Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP)
SMP educates Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and the community about healthcare fraud, errors, and abuse. Volunteer with the SMP program and teach Medicare beneficiaries how to fight against fraud. For more information, call 1-800-938-8885.